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Queen’s Faculty of Law prides itself on both its heritage and its ability to prepare students for contemporary practice. Our opportunities to give reflect both of these points of emphasis. Funds to help create a Chair in Business Law, or to honour the legacies of some of our treasured faculty and former students, highlight the rich history of the Faculty and the contributions of its members. Opportunities to support our Centre for Law in the Contemporary workplace, hands-on education, and international study programs show an ongoing investment in the kind of education today’s lawyers need to thrive.   

Featured Giving Opportunities

In an effort to grow and draw attention to a critical area of need, the Faculty of Law has established the “Law Fund Leaders” program to recognize leadership gifts to this important fund. (Learn More)
In an effort to grow and draw attention to a critical area of need, the Faculty of Law has established the “Law Fund Leaders” program to recognize leadership gifts to this important fund. (Learn More)
Unrestricted funds are essential so that the faculty can address urgent needs and take advantage of emerging opportunities. (Learn More)
Unrestricted funds are essential so that the faculty can address urgent needs and take advantage of emerging opportunities. (Learn More)
As tuition and costs of living rise, ensuring that a quality legal education remains accessible requires substantial support for students with financial needs. (Learn More)
As tuition and costs of living rise, ensuring that a quality legal education remains accessible requires substantial support for students with financial needs. (Learn More)
The Cecil Allan Fraser Bursary provides financial support to Black Canadian or Visible minority/Racialized students enrolled in any year of the JD degree program in the Faculty of Law at Queen's Unive ... (Learn More)
The Cecil Allan Fraser Bursary provides financial support to Black Canadian or Visible minority/Racialized students enrolled in any year of the JD degree program in the Faculty of Law at Queen's Unive ... (Learn More)